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wc check cut off without notice!
#1
So, my wc weekly check was cut off without notice! I didn't receive any letters from the ic at all!!! My doctor released me to go back to work on light duty BUT my lawyer just told me that the ic told him that I was released full duty!! Why was I not informed on ANYTHING?! Someone explain
 
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(08-06-2012, 06:27 PM)tnicholson2 Wrote: So, my wc weekly check was cut off without notice! I didn't receive any letters from the ic at all!!! My doctor released me to go back to work on light duty BUT my lawyer just told me that the ic told him that I was released full duty!! Why was I not informed on ANYTHING?! Someone explain

I'll guess the risk of a small fine for not sending the proper notice is much less then the cost of sending the notice.
Did you see the report the doctor sent to the carrier?
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#3
I have not seen the notice that the doc has sent. So how do I go about retrieving that letter?
 
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#4
Call your Dr office and ask for a copy... I ask for copies of all my reports ( when I can ) another member on here told me to always grab ahold of them and hold on to them for future reference.
 
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#5
Ok, now that my ttd checks have stopped and I am released to go back to work now after there months, does this mean that my doctor gave me an MMI? And if so, what is next?
 
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#6
no, workers can often return to work even though recovery and healing is still taking place.
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#7
Cool!! That its good to know. But for a reminder, I went partially blind in my left eye and can only see about 13% out of 100%. and my eye appts are scheduled for every month now. what does this mean?
 
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#8
your vision is impaired and the doctor wants to monitor your progress.
you should be asking more questions of your doctor and your atty.
write them down as they occur to you before a call or visit so you don't forget them.
Reminder :
........Each state has their own comp system; POST YOUR STATE to get accurate information. Use the search feature to find information from similar questions.
THANKS FOR POSTING.
 
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#9
1171, you are the best lol thanks! If anything else occurs, I will be posting!
 
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